All these traps lead to bad collaboration-collaboration characterized by high friction and a poor focus on results. As I
The idea of disciplined collaboration can be summed up in one phrase: the leadership practice of properly assessing when to collaborate (and when not to) and instilling in people both the willingness and the ability to collaborate when required. To accomplish
dictum: collaboration is a means to an end, and that end is great performance. This
FIGURE 1-3 Disciplined collaboration: High performance from decentralization and collaboration